Why comfort rules?
The aim of the society's comfort rules are that we should have a good living environment and enjoy living in the property.

Wellness policies apply to you who live in the property, guests and residents, as well as any subtenants occupying. If you don't follow the rules, the Board can comfort in more severe cases questioning whether to stay behind.

To stay in the condominium means being part of a community. In any community, there must be rules for everything to work. Our goal is that everyone must have it as pleasant as possible and therefore we have some simple fun rules. If these are followed, we contribute to good neighbourly relations, to our area looks neat and appealing. We also avoid unnecessary costs. A well-maintained House also provides our apartments a higher value.

In addition to the below comfort rules apply the Association's statutes and the code of conduct as set out in boendepärmen.

You and your neighbors
It is very sensitive in the property and try to take this into account in the greatest possible extent.
It comes in the apartment but also in our common areas such as in stairwells and laundry room.

-Think of the volume of the television, radio or stereo
– Do you have party inform your neighbors before

 

Drilling and nailing
If you need to drill, nail, or perform any other work that might be disturbing, it must be carried out with reference to other accommodation.
Drilling is only allowed at the following times:

Monday-Friday 08.00-20.00
Saturday and Sunday 10.00-18.00


Smoking

Smoking in the stairwell and other common areas are not allowed as well as throwing cigarette butts out of our ports or from the balcony.
Also, be aware that show consideration to your neighbors when smoking on the balconies.


Safety and liability

We are responsible together for entrance, bicycle rooms, attics and basements, etc.

It is important that we intend on keeping the doors and Windows in the common areas closed and locked to prevent break-ins. Do not release into unknown persons on the premises.

Out of the fire safety and evacuation point of view it is important to keep the corridors free. No bicycles or strollers may be stored in the corridors.

It is important that we keep our stuff in the spaces that belong to their apartment and lets other spaces be free. Order track creates comfort and ease for cleaners and janitors to perform their chores.

If you discover pests in your apartment sign immediately to the Board.

Please inform your neighbors or the Board if you are out of town for a long time.

Pets
Do you have pets, it is your responsibility to ensure that they do not disturb or pollute in the property or rastas in plantations.


Annoying neighbers
All members and tenants are required to show respect and do not disturb the neighbors with noise, unpleasant treatment or threats.
Audio adjustments into account, of course, applies to the whole day but is especially important to consider between. 22.00-07.00.

 

Lively neighbors
All must show respect for their neighbors, and this includes, for example, that do not interfere with someone's sleep.
You should have a party, so talk with your neighbors before. It is common to set up the pieces in the staircase and warn the neighbors before we have a party. But that method is not legally sustainable. Of course, you get to play music, and when you live in an apartment block is included that you hear neighbors sometimes.

But being perceived as disturbing is something quite different. Do you have a party, it is better to talk to their neighbors, than putting up pieces. Ask the neighbors to hear by themselves as soon as they become disturbed and if they knock on or off, then immediately turn down the volume. It is best if we can sort out these things between neighbors.

Are you the one who has become disturbed, so talk with your neighbor. It does not work then you may contact the Board in your housing association. Then it is important that you write down the time and date the disturbance, and also how you became disturbed. A single party does not need to be taken up with the Board, but if you feel that you are disturbed repeatedly contact your Board can be a way to sort out the problem.

A disruptive neighbor must first find out he or she disturbs, and then a chance to improve. that is why it is good if someone on the Board, contact him or her directly after a complaint was received. When it suffice with a call.

It doesn't get better can the Board send a letter with "request for correction". The letter shall also inform the person that he or she should immediately stop interfering with their neighbors and that the disturbance may lead to eviction.

As a last resort, the Board can apply to the District Court for termination of the offending neighbor to evict him. This requires evidence in the form of documentation, witnesses and any reports from the police and security guards.

If you are bothered by your neighbor, you should first contact him, and try to solve the problem. This does not work, then you should contact the Board. At this stage you should start documenting disruption as closely as possible. Please note that in order to pursue a case for eviction is required very thorough documentation, preferably from several members.